Emigration Lists from Irish Ports to North America Passenger Lists from Ireland. SOURCE Journal of the American-Irish Historical Society, V ol 28 - 29. CHARLES MONTAGUE EARLY ship as shown in the List of Ships following the alphabetical list.. About 5,150 passengers who sailed from Ireland to America in 1811 and 1815-16 are listed in this book. 109 total ships are listed; 89 arrived at New York, 17 at Philadelphia, 2 at Baltimore, and 1 at New London. ONLINE LIST: List of Passenger Ships from Ireland to America 1732-1749 (partial) includes names of some passenger
Index of Ships Passenger Lists from Ireland to USA & Canada. 1600-1799 ~ 1800-1810 ~ 1811-1824 ~ 1825-1830 ~ 1831-1845 ~ 1846-1847 ~ 1848-1849 ~ 1850-1900 ~ 1900-present. Don't leave without searching for your ancestors on Olive Tree Genealogy! Free Ships' Passenger lists, orphan records, almshouse records, JJ Cooke Shipping Lists, Irish Famine. Hackett, J. Dominick, Charles Montague Early. Passenger Lists From Ireland, Excerpted from JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN IRISH HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Vols. 28 and 29, Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company , Inc. 1973. List of Irish Immigrants for 1811 and 1815-1816. Some forty pages of Irish Immigrants including the names of the Ships Includes lists, names, and ships from the early 1600s through to the late 1800s. Ulster Ancestry: Northern Ireland Research View Ulster Ancestry is a series of free pages which you can use for your research purposes Modeled after a similar volume compiled by the author for Scottish vessels of this era, Ships from Ireland to Early America is an alphabetically arranged list of 1,500 vessels known to have embarked from Ireland to North America. For each vessel we learn the dates and ports of embarkation and arrival and the source of the information, and.
, Ships from Ireland to Early America is an alphabetically arranged list of 1,500 vessels known to have embarked from Ireland to North America With this volume David Dobson sets out to overcome some of the obstacles facing North Americans attempting to trace ancestors in Ireland prior to 1820. Modeled after a similar volume compiled by the author for Scottish vessels of this era, Ships from Ireland to Early America is an.. Ships from Ireland to Early America, 1623-1850. David Dobson. This is the third volume by David Dobson to identify vessels that traveled from Ireland to North America before 1850 and were known to, or were likely to, carry passengers. Based on research in contemporary sources--particularly newspapers--on both sides of the Atlantic, this work.
This is the third volume by David Dobson to identify vessels that traveled from Ireland to North America before 1850 and were known to, or were likely to, carry passengers. Based on research in contemporary sources--particularly newspapers--on both sides of the Atlantic, this work identifies an additional 1,500 ships that were involved in. Ships from Ireland to Early America, 1623-1850. Volume III [Dobson, David] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Ships from Ireland to Early America, 1623-1850. Volume II Huguenot Refugees on the Ship Peter and Anthony to Virginia, 1700 Ships Passenger Lists to U.S.A. 1701 Nassau 1701 to Virginia Ships Passenger Lists to U.S.A. 1703 Blessing 1703 to Virginia Ships Passenger Lists to U.S.A. 1716 The Globe 1716 Ireland to Boston, Mass Patience & Judith 1716 Ireland to Boston, Mas Ships from Ireland to early America, 1623-1850, by David Dobson. The item Ships from Ireland to early America, 1623-1850, by David Dobson represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Indiana State Library. This item is available to borrow from 1 library branch
Ships From Ireland To Early America, 1623 1850 service and will stick to him for long! My main subjects are sociology and political science. They are pretty broad and require Ships From Ireland To Early America, 1623 1850 too much reading. I don't have time to read all of those works, but I will certainly do that later, just to be informed Most of the ship's 500 staff were assigned to cater to the cares and whims of this group. The journey to Ellis Island: arrival in New York. In the sailing ships of the middle 19th century, the crossing to America or Canada took up to 12 weeks. By the end of the century the journey to Ellis Island was just 7 to 10 days SHIPS & PASSENGERS TO AMERICA. Many ships, passenger lists, and immigrants can be found in the New England Historical & Genealogical Registers. A Lyst of the Pasingers Abord The Speedwell of London, Robert Lock Master, Bound For New England 30 May 1656. [pg 132] A bibliography of ship passenger lists, 1538-1825; being a guide to published lists. . Convicts who survived the horrendous passage were cleaned. Then they were advertised in newspapers and sold, with men priced at up to 20 British pounds and women up to 9 pounds A Journal of my voyage and Travels from the County of Longford in the Kingdom of Ireland to Pennsylvania, in America, A.D. 1729. I took my Journey from The County of Longford, on Friday the 9th day of May; came to Dublin ye 12th ditto. Entered on shipboard the ship called the George and Ann, ye 18th. Sett sail the 20th
Early Immigrants to Pennsylvania 1680s-1726 Passenger Ships from Ireland to America 1732-1749; List of Palatines from Germany to England in 1709 (most went on to America) Return to the Main Page - Pennsylvania German Pioneers This is the second volume by David Dobson to identify vessels that traveled from Ireland to North America before 1850 and were known to, or were likely to, carry passengers. Based on research in contemporary sources--particularly newspapers on both sides of the Atlantic--this work identifies an additional 1,500 ships that were involved in. Ships From Ireland To Early America, 1623-1850. Volume 2. This is the second volume by David Dobson to identify vessels that traveled from Ireland to North America before 1850 and were known to, or were likely to, carry passengers. Based on research in contemporary sources--particularly newspapers on both sides of the Atlantic--this work.
If you are interested in early colonial American history then you know of the phenomenon called the Puritan Great Migration which began in 1630 and lasted for 15-20 years. But less than one hundred years later there was a second smaller migration from the North of Ireland that has been labeled the 1718 Migration Introduction Enlarge Sample Ship Passenger Arrival page, S.S. Carpathia arrived at the Port of New York, April 18, 1912. Immigration records, also known as ship passenger arrival records, may provide genealogists with information such as: one's nationality, place of birth ship name and date of entry to the United States age, height, eye and hair color profession place o
The Great Migration of the Scot Irish, 1717-1775. Primarily they made their mark by being a large group of Scot Irish and 5 waves of them. The mass immigration of the Scot-Irish took place over a 58-year span between 1717 and 1775. This time period is known as the Great Migration and occurred in five waves with some of the early colonialists having links to Ulster. The first passenger ship to set sail to America from Ulster shores was the 150-tonne Eagle Wing vessel, which left the tiny port of Groomsport, Co Down for Boston on September 9, 1636. Some 140 Presbyterians, from congregations on the Co Dow A bibliography of ship passenger lists, 1538-1825; being a guide to published lists of early immigrants to North America Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item. Share to Twitter. Share to Facebook. Share to Reddit. Share to Tumblr. Share to Pinterest. Share via email Escaping on a ship to return to England early, however, was punishable by death. This was not just a sentence for men. Some female convicts were transported to the American colonies as well, for crimes such as being lewd and walking the streets after ten at night. Going back to the early 1600s, convicts had been sent to America Many immigrants sailed to America or back to their homelands in packet ships, vessels that carried mail, cargo, and people. Most crossed in the steerage area, below decks. Conditions varied from ship to ship, but steerage was normally crowded, dark, and damp. Limited sanitation and stormy seas often combined to make it dirty and foul-smelling, too
Listing of immigrants ships from England to the Colonies in the 1600's. Pilgrim Ship Lists Early 1600's Over 7100 families and 290 ships. Read this before you email Anne: New Haven Colony - The St John ship of July 1639 English-America - Extensive ship information, thankfully still aroun Ships from Ireland to Early America, 1623-1850. Vol. II. Baltimore, MD, USA: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2004. About Ships from Ireland to Early America, 1623-1850. Vol. II. This is the second volume by David Dobson to identify vessels that traveled from Ireland to North America before 1850 and were known to, or were likely to, carry. The Original List of Persons of Quality who went from Great Britian to American Plantations, 1600-1700. Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1974 . Lancour, A. Harold. A Bibliography of Ship Passenger Lists of Ships coming to North America, 1538-1825, Being a Guide to Published Lists of Early Immigrants to North America Most of the Irish in America before the nineteenth century were actually Scotch-Irish. Northern Irish migration peaked between the 1750's and the early 1770's, with an estimated 14,200 people from northern Ireland reaching America from 1750 to 1759, 21,200 from 1760 to 1769, and 13,200 in the half-decade leading up to the American Revolution Ships from Ireland to Early America, 1623-1850. Baltimore: Clearfield Co., 1999. _____. Ships from Scotland to North America, 1830-1860. Baltimore: Clearfield Co., 2002. Filby, P. William. Passenger and Immigration Lists Bibliography 1538-1900: Being a Guide to Published Lists of Arrivals in the United States and Canada. 2nd ed. Detroit: Gale.
Ships to New Orleans & Galveston 1847. Cunard Sailings of 1849 - New York, Boston and Halifax. Arrivals Sept-Oct 1853 with Sickness on Board. Castle Garden 1855 article about the opening as an immigrant depot, New York Daily Times. Ships from the UK to US in 1855 from Liverpool, with sailing dates, to New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore. The Shipping of Dundee and Montrose, ships, shipmasters, voyages, 1720-1750 The Shipping of Perth, 1717-1767 The Shipping of Anstruther, 1742-1771 Ships from Scotland to Australasia, 1820-1860 [Australian pubn.] Ships from Ireland to Early America 1623-1850, vols. 1-2 [USA
Irish Indentured Servants in the Colonies. Until the late 18th century, indentured servitude was very common in British North America. It was often a way for poor Europeans to emigrate to the American colonies: they signed an indenture in return for a passage. After their indenture expired, the immigrants were free to work for themselves or. Please note: Although some of these records have been digitized and made available online, there are many records that are only available in paper or microfilm format at NARA locations. Among the billions of historical records housed at the National Archives throughout the country, researchers can find information relating to immigrants from the late 1700s through the early Ship Passenger Lists, Scotland And Ireland View. Thousands of available records. Irish Passenger Lists: Emigrants From Ireland To America And Canada View. These are passenger lists for emigrants from Ireland to the United States and Canada, arranged in date order. was apparently transcribed sometime early in the last (18th) century One reason was timing. Irish immigration to America peaked in the wake of the Great Famine that devastated the old country starting with the failure of the potato crop in the autumn of 1845. Over the next ten years, more than two million Irish fled Ireland, with at least 60 percent of them going to America Like the movement of other European people to the Americas, Irish migration to the Caribbean and British North America had complex causes. The late sixteenth and early seventeenth century were a time of upheaval in Ireland, while English conquest and colonisation, resultant religious persecution, and crop failures (some as a deliberate result of the Tudor conquest of Ireland) drove many Irish.
The last ship to carry convicts direct from Ireland to Australia, was the Phoebe Dunbar, which sailed from Kingstown (now known as Dun Laoghaire) near Dublin, and arrived in Western Australia on August 30, 1853. However, in 1868, sixty three Irish Fenians, who had been convicted in Ireland, but incarcerated in England, were transported from. Ships from Ireland to Early America, 1623-1850 by David Dobson; Clearfield Compay 1999 While no claims are made for the completeness of this work, it is an alphabetical list of 1,500 vessels known to have embarked from Ireland to North America from 1623 to 1850. The dates and ports of embarkation and arrival, the source of the information, and. In 1838, the British and American Steam Navigation Co.'s Sirius left Ireland with 40 paying passengers for a historic voyage to New York. It took 18 days and the Sirius ran out of coal—the crew had to burn the cabin furniture and even a mast—but it was the first passenger ship to cross the Atlantic entirely on steam power History of Ireland in the eighteenth century, vol. 1 (London, 1913), and R.D. Edwards, An atlas of Irish history (2nd edn, New York, 1981). Works concentrating on specific aspects pertinent to the Irish migration to colonial Pennsylvania are: K.A. Miller, Emigrants and exiles: Ireland and the Irish exodus to North America (Ne Britain Sent Thousands of Its Convicts to America, Not Just Australia. Matt Novak. 5/29/15 1:00PM. 135. 10. The joke about Australia is that it was founded by a bunch of criminals. And from 1788.
Emigrants in the 1800's - Life Aboard Ship. Since the time of exploration and discovery, people native to the United Kingdom and Ireland have packed up their belongings and travelled overseas searching for a better life. Escape from religious persecution, seeking adventure and riches or for employment are just some of the reasons for travel Early in 1771, the same magazine states that 500 emigrants in Islay and adjoining isles were preparing to sail for America. Again it records that the ship Adventure sailed from Loch Erribol, Sunday, August 17, 1772, with upwards of 200 emigrants from Sutherlandshire for North Carolina Ireland and America during the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries did not exist until the era of Britain's Jacobean kings in the early 1600s, when James VI/I (1603-1625), the Stuart king-made-heir to Elizabeth I's throne, instituted the voluntar Voluntary Irish Immigration to America began with a small trickle of immigrants in the 1700's. In 1695 stringent Anti-Catholic Penal Laws were introduced and by the early 1700's Irish Catholics held just 7% of land in Ireland. British laws prevented Catholics from freely emigrating to America . During these two years it is computed that close on 20,COO people left Ulster, Ireland, for America
The Emigrant. There was simply not enough work in Ireland to pay the rent. Consequently from early times the Irishman and Irishwoman left to find work either seasonally harvesting crops in England or shearing sheep in Scotland or they emigrated on a more permanent basis to England, America, Australia, and New Zealand This is the second volume by David Dobson to identify vessels that traveled from Ireland to North America before 1850 and were known to, or were likely to, carry passengers. Based on research in contemporary sources--particularly newspapers on both sides of the Atlantic--this work identifies an additional 1,500 ships that were involved in transporting immigrants to the U.S. or Canada
Find brick-wall ancestors on ships in Irish to USA & Canada Search for ancestors in online ships passenger lists Ireland to USA 1600-1799 ~ 1800-1810 ~ 1811-1824 ~ 1825-1830 ~ 1831-1845 ~ 1846-1847 ~ 1848-1849 ~ 1850-1900 ~ 1900-present Search for Irish ancestors in Immigrants at Grosse-Île Ships Passenger Lists USA & Canad Ships from Ireland to Early America, 1623-1850, volume 1. Ships from Ireland to Early America, 1623-1850, volume 2. Ships from Ireland to Early America, 1623-1850, volume 3. Ships from Scotland to America, 1628-1828, volume 1. Ships from Scotland to America, 1628-1828, volume 2
Belfast, Ireland Unknown port in Britain Unknown port Note: There are some dates that read e.g. 7th month, 29, 1682. It is unknown whether the transcriber was using the old or the new calendar. For this reason, we have left the date as is. American, passengers sworn in Londonderry, Ireland, 31 March 1804 and arrived in New York, date unknown Ships from Scotland to America, 1628-1828. Baltimore, MD, USA: Genealogical Publishing Co., 2002. About Ships from Scotland to America, 1628-1828. Designed specifically to identify immigrant vessels, this new work lists hundreds of ships that sailed from Scotland to North America between 1628 and 1828. As there are few official records of. Many Irish American songs were among the most popular of their day, and some are still sung today on St. Patrick's Day or during Irish gatherings. The following is a list of famous Irish American songs from the late 19 th and early 20 th centuries. You can click on each to listen
America. From 1846, emigration to America became the preferred option. We can see from the list of ships that travelled from the Port of Tralee, from 1846 the change in the ports of arrival. Now, these ports became predominantly New York, North America with a few going to Baltimore or New Orleans Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Ships from Ireland to Early America, 1623-1850. Volume II by Kit Dobson, David Dobson (Paperback / softback, 2009) at the best online prices at eBay Owing to insurance requirements, the ships sailing from Liverpool to the River Plate were mostly first- and second-class, i.e. surveyed and judged as of best or good quality in terms of age, condition and seaworthiness, unlike many on the North American routes in the 1840s that were third-class (the infamous 'coffin ships'), a status which. Questionable sources maintain that the plight of so-called Irish slaves in early America was worse than that of African slaves. human cargo transported on British ships bound for the.
Irish immigrants typically left for North America from either a port in Ireland or England, as in Liverpool and Southampton. Our exclusive passenger list collection contains all long-haul voyages that left Irish and English ports from 1890 to 1922. From 1922 to 1960, we have all the passenger lists leaving from Northern Ireland and England Disease and death clung to the rancid vessels like barnacles, and nearly a quarter of the 85,000 passengers who sailed to North America aboard the aptly nicknamed coffin ships in 1847 never. and life in Ireland, plus emigration and activities in America. Lots of original documents transcribed with lists of people and places. 10. Roulston, William J. Researching Scots-Irish Ancestors: The Essential Genealogical Guide to Early Modern Ulster, 1600-1800. Belfast: Ulster Historical Foundation. 2005. Pre-Famine Exodus (1783 - 1845 This site has a database of transcriptions of 4,500 ship passenger lists. The earliest is dated 1791 and the latest 1897 (the date refers to date of arrival). The large majority are from the period 1800-1860. The lists are records mostly of passengers on ships from Irish and British ports to ports in North America (United States and Canada) and.
The Scots-Irish played a large role in the settlement of America, particularly in the southern United States. Their experiences in settling new lands in Ireland, and then again in the American colonies, helped to develop a hard-working, fearless, and sometimes brash, spirit. Occasionally lawless and violent, the Scots-Irish nevertheless had a. Immigrants to America (Incl. arrivals in US 1819-20, 1821-23, to Baltimore1820-34, to Rhode Is. 1820-71 plus 16 other works) Genealogy.com 1600's to 1800's: CD-352 1600's to 1800's: Various : Immigrant Ship Transcribers Guild (ISTG John McDowell (born 1714), youngest son of American McDowell patriarch Ephraim and surveyor of Borden's Grant in Virginia, married Magdalen Woods in 1734 while the family was still in Pennsylvania. Like so many of the McDowells, she had made the crossing to America from Ireland with her parents and siblings Ships from Scotland to America, 1628-1828 Ancestry . Ships from Scotland to America, 1628-1828. Vol. III Ancestry . The Original Scots Colonists of Early America, 1612-1783 Ancestry . The Original Scots Colonists of Early America. Supplement 1607-1707 Ancestry . The Scotch-Irish, or, The Scot in North Britain, North Ireland, and North America.
Slavery in America, typically associated with blacks from Africa, was an enterprise that began with the shipping of more than 300,000 white Britons to the colonies. This little known history is fascinatingly recounted in White Cargo (New York University Press, 2007). Drawing on letters, diaries, ship manifests, court documents, and government archives, authors Don Jordan and Michael Walsh. . & J. Cooke Line and the McCorkell Line. Compiled under the direction of Brian Mitchell. Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1988. xvii, 333 p., ill., index
These could be from the ships Chili, Curler and Ocean all of which arrived in New York in early July and whose combined numbers were around 200. Forster also states, without quoting a source, that in 1827, 52 Manx had left Peel to travel via Belfast to New York With the emigrant flow to South America growing at a high rate, in 1910 Nelson added new calls in London, Boulogne, Corunna, and Vigo, and its ships were adapted to the emigrant trade. It became one of the associated companies of the Royal Mail Steam Packet Co., with its own subsidiaries The Hamburg-America Line's GRAF WALDERSEE. The ship would have first, second and third or steerage class. The ship was typical of many smaller liners used for immigrant traffic. Steerage was very uncomfortable and a money maker for the steamship lines. Passengers were crowded and conditions very uncomfortable County Antrim, Northern Ireland. John Moore was Master of the ship. *A snow-type ship is similar to a brig - two masts with square sails on each. It was distinguished from a brig by having an extra small mast fitted abaft the main lower mast. This was known as the trysail mast and was set with a spanker sail (fore-and-aft triangular sail) Between 1750 and 1775, at least 143 ships left Belfast for America. Nevertheless, in the same period the town's population grew from 8500 to 13,000. The expansion of the town as a mercantile and then industrial centre drew people in from the rural hinterland, as well as from Scotland and England, in a movement that would accelerate throughout.